About Tac Quick
Thai authentic cuisine From the Legend of "Banana Leaf" to the very well known and beloved of Chicagoan authentic Thai Cuisine "Tac Quick" , Itti the owner and the executive chef himself is ready to satisfy your eager for the love of Thai authentic dishes! Chef's signature: Pla lad prik (Crispy Tilapia with sweet & sour sauce) Crispy on choi: (Tempura water cress with spicy chili paste salad)
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday & Wednesday - Sunday: 11:00am - 3:00pm; Dinner: Monday & Wednesday - Saturday: 3:00pm - 10:00pm, Sunday: 3:00pm - 9:30pm
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
CTA Sheridan Red Line & CTA bus 151
Itti, Amy, Domingo
BYO Liquor, Corkage Fee, Delivery, Outdoor dining, Takeout
Tac Quick Ratings and Reviews
We were excited to try this restaurant b ...
We were excited to try this restaurant based on the reviews. Too bad we never had an opportunity to try the food. It took more than 15 minutes just to get water. Wait staff never approached to take orders. After 30 minutes of sitting there (and telling them we were ready to order) we walked out. The restaurant wasn't even that crowded, so either they were understaffed that day or they don't care about providing good service. In either case, no one even apologized for the lack of service. We were short on time and this put a bad taste in our mouth. Will not return and not recommending to others.
Food is always outstanding. It's BYOB! ...
Food is always outstanding. It's BYOB!
Don't know what to get? Let me help you.
1 - Thai Basil Chicken Thai Style. Hands down the best in the city or best that I've had thus far and I've been a lot of places.
2 - Nom Tok - this is a grilled beef salad with a spicy lime sauce. The fresh mint, red onions, and spinach go so well my mouth is watering as I type this.
3 - Thai Beef Jerkey - Beef and so good. This is not like American Hard Dry Beef Jerkey. This is on the Thai secret menu.
Trust me, all of these are great!
This place is SO good! The food is alwa ...
This place is SO good! The food is always delicious and well prepared. They have a great selection of menu items and everything always delights everyone who goes. As someone who is unable to eat cilantro, going out for Thai can be a bit of a challenge. But not at Tac Quick - they are always able to adjust and not add any cilantro and there's never been an instance where they say they will and they don't. With their expanded hours to open 7 days, it's a great option in the neighborhood or easy to get to from anywhere as it's steps away from the Sheridan Red Line stop. On top of all that, this is one of the more reasonably priced restaurants in the city so whether you're on a tight budget or not, go here - you won't be disappointed.
Don't waste your money here
The food is mediocre, portions are small, the restaurant itself is freezing cold (old heater, according to the waitress). It may offer "reasonable prices" but even what is charged is not worth it. Have tried many different Thai restaurants (here, in NY, Philadelphia). This was among the worst.
Amazing food! The regular menu and the s ...
Amazing food! The regular menu and the secret menu are outstanding. But the service needs some work. The waitress did not come by often and did not listen when we said our reservation was on open table or we wanted the check. So that said, the service needs work but the food was great!
Tac Quick is always solid. The service is average but the food makes up food it. Byob is certainly a huge plus for this place! I highly recommend the spicy basil rolls and peanut curry. Tac Quick also sports some of the best crab rangoon in the city.
Quick is right
TAC serves solid Thai food, with pleasant, speedy service. I love BYOB spots, although it appeared everyone there brought either a sparkler or white wine - it would be nice to have even cheap buckets with ice available ... I would be happy to pay a nominal $5 for its use. They have a regular menu, with plenty of options, plus a "secret" menu, with additional options. I don't really understand the point, since the 2nd menu is anything but - I found that weird. Overall, it's a clean and pleasant, albeit sparse space, and the food is tasty, so if you're in the area, it's worth a visit.
Good food, no alcohol
Overall, the experience was good. We were in a hurry to make our reservation that night and did not notice that it was a BYOB. It was late, so we really did not want to shop for wine or beer. We also were very hungry. Our food was good and very filling. We hope to return on a night when we can take more time to enjoy our dining experience.
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